That’s why I’ll not move to KL. Their taxis. I actually like the city, even though, I didn’t get much social time to explore the city but for general work and living, I think it’s a pretty decent city. Not my top 10 choices but I could live in KL … except for their taxis. As a form of public transport, it cannot be defined as a form of public transport. I’d be better off walking :p
The Taxi Uncles were getting lost, making wrong turns but most frustrating was no being able to get a cab. Calling for a cab doesn’t work and if you tried to hail for one, they won’t stop or go where you want to go. It’s crazier than Singapore, way crazier. I don’t know how Malaysians do it … maybe that’s why so many of them drive.
So after being back in Singapore for a week. I’m all good with our public transport system here. Sure, there are a couple of delays and sometimes waiting for a bus can be quite infuriating but by and large, I can get to where I want when I need to. Can’t say the same for other cities, especially KL.